Thesaurus / containing


Already this Republican bill has fierce opposition from Democratic leaders, who say it won’t do enough to boost the economy or contain the virus.

Basically you’ve got one type of grammar contained in a larger thing.

For instance, John McCutcheon at Arizona State University has looked at a complex example in mealybugs, whose cells contain two endosymbiotic microbes nested inside of each other.

For instance, sour foods usually taste that way because they contain an acid.

On the ads front, Apple currently has 41 open roles globally that contain the phrase “advertising platforms” on its Jobs at Apple site.

As summer was coming to a close, Elaine Rich and her team were poring over data on the pandemic, trying to determine how much the decision to close schools would help contain it.

Covaxin is an inactivated vaccine, meaning it contains “dead” particles of the coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, that are no longer disease-producing, but will still prompt an immune response from the inoculated person.

So, Vuori has been working on rethinking its holiday assortment, to include more loungewear and products that contain the same fabric that is used in its joggers.

I was also looking for food containing ample protein and plenty of carbs.

The park proper, containing more than twelve hundred hectares, is one of the largest and most thickly wooded in France.

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